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The Project Manager provides oversight, coordination and management of design and construction for diversified projects to ensure satisfaction of project scope for a client mix composed of academic, research and medical professionals. Manages all aspects of the planning, implementation, resources and related activities of capital construction projects. The Project Manager’s goal is to ensure project scope completion within set timeline, contract specifications and budget.
- Oversees the design, construction and renovation of construction projects throughout the Icahn School of Medicine at Mount Sinai and the Mount Sinai Doctors practices
- Coordinates with the appropriate stakeholders, architects, engineers, and specialized consultants to specify Project Program and satisfy Project Scope
- Collaborates with Facilities Engineering Departments to provide the infrastructure interface requirements to existing building systems...
- Monitors the preparation of all design and construction drawings and specifications to ensure standards are met
- Reviews drawings and contracts and provides input, recommendations and approval of same
- Prepares RFP Bid Documents, administers the bidding and levels, and awards contracts to construction professionals, vendors and suppliers
- Coordinates contractors, end users, and other relevant department personnel for the duration of the project
- Monitors construction, ensuring that the project schedule is maintained
- Ensures safety standards, ILSM and ICRA are enforced and that work conforms to design, quality, and contractual standards
- Coordinates and implements relocation plans of department and staff.
- Prepares and oversees all financial aspects of a project, including estimates, Project Budget, Funding, Purchase Orders, Change Orders, and Requisition Payment from Feasibility through Close Out
- Identifies and resolves budget problems, develops and maintains project cost reports and schedules
- Prepares weekly project status reports and monitors and updates construction schedules
- Bachelor’s degree in Architecture, Architecture license a plus
- Strong AutoCAD skills with the ability to produce, as required, In-House Interior Test Fits, Schematic Designs and Small Project RFP Bid Documents
- Minimum of 3-5 years professional experience in an Architecture Office, with specific expertise in producing Design & Construction Documents
- Knowledge of AIA Contracts
- Experience with NYC Building Codes, NYC DOB, and FDNY
- Knowledge of healthcare, academic and research laboratory design and construction and relevant building infrastructure designs
- Knowledge of federal, state and local building codes
- Understanding of the basic business practice of the design and construction management process
- Excellent verbal and written communications and computer skills
- Strong independent leadership, but with an ability to work within a diverse team
- Demonstrates time management skills, resulting in the ability to manage multiple client relationships and prioritize time and resources accordingly